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  1. Except that the Resonator UI for Kontakt is much better than SampleTank. Don't get me wrong, I'm not dissing SampleTank here, but this instrument begs for intuitive control, and the SampleTank UI is a bit meh for that.
  2. I find it odd that The Resonator is missing from the qualifying product list. I understood that it would never be a freebie. So anyway if you really want The Resonator, and you have the full version of Kontakt, the original version is available as a Kontakt library directly from the developer, Indiginus (Tracy Collins), for $59. It sounds really, really good! https://www.indiginus.com/the-resonator
  3. It's not my graph, I just borrowed it from: https://www.hometheatershack.com/threads/downloads-page.19/ They also have a graph for the EMM-6. That one seems to have a much wider variance in the lows and highs. Probably much more need for an accurate calibration file with that one! But it is flat in the middle as well... But then, there was this comparison of these two at: http://www.audioimprov.com/AudioImprov/Mics/Entries/2012/11/12_Dayton_EMM-6_%26_Behringer_ECM-8000_Measurement_Mics.html Response to the same test speaker. ECM-8000 green, EMM-6 yellow. Curves separated for clarity.
  4. I have some Roland hardware that I would probably sell, if I could buy Roland virtual emulations of them without the ridiculous copy protection.
  5. For future reference, the Native Instruments Support page does not provide direct contact info. But it will walk you through submitting an online support request for your product. You just start by selecting the topic from the main support page. Then there will be a "Get Support" button when you have identified what you need help with.
  6. Very nice of Korg to take the high road, and avoid that recurring activation drama!
  7. ARC 3 will accept the ".cal" file for ECM8000 if you rename it to a ".txt" file when selecting the generic mic in the ARC software. https://www.hometheatershack.com/threads/downloads-page.19/ But these files will not exactly represent "your" copy of the mic. There may be some variance.
  8. A constant connection is not required. But periodic connections are required to maintain product activations. I believe that they may have increased the duration between required online "check-ins", but that is how Roland rolls...
  9. So it would seem that you are seeing the same doubling of CPU usage with AT 5. Obviously not as big a concern for those with higher spec machines (including myself), but could be a showstopper for those with older gen PC equipment. Thanks!
  10. Nice find! I put my order in with Sweetwater today! And ordered a 6' XLR cable from Amazon for $7.99.
  11. And all opinions here based on a YouTube video demo no less. Starting to sound like a KVR thread! 🤣 Let's wait for the official product release and then hear some opinions from folks, both guitar players & keyboardists, that have actually tried the d a m n thing!
  12. I believe that is the case! I had collected all of the "Elements" series from iZotope as freebies over the years, and never was nagged about trials. This year iZotope offered me a stupid good deal to upgrade to Music Production Suite 4. I couldn't resist! So no longer have Elements installed, as I now have Ozone 9 Advanced, Neutron 3 Advanced, RX 8 Standard, Nectar 3 Plus, and much more!
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